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Abdulllah Alamin
Jul 14, 2022
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Test the layout of the form: vertical vs. horizontal, drop-down fields vs. radio buttons, etc. If possible, test requiring fewer form fields. Of course, it's good to know everything there is to know about a prospect: first name, last name, credit card for the free trial, mother's maiden name, dental records, etc. But could you live without some of this information if it meant more leads? Test unobtrusive pop-ups while the user is browsing, if you are able to run them without disrupting the user experience. For example, HubSpot has lead flows that can be triggered based on certain parameters. They can also be performed without interrupting the user's ability to navigate the site. (If you're showing ads on the page, depending on the network you're using, make sure pop-ups aren't a violation of their policies.) Test a popup when the user leaves the jewelry retouching service site. (But make it valuable, not annoying! And, as mentioned in the previous point, if you're directing ads to the page, make sure the pop-ups don't violate ad network rules.) Test different images As the saying goes, "A picture is worth a thousand words." Images can provide context and direction that visitors can use to quickly understand if the landing page meets their needs. Not to mention the aesthetic appeal of images that serve to complement text on a page. However, there are also images that do not add value, and some may even drive people away by misleading the visitor about the content of the page or the intended audience. To make sure your image set is solid, try running some of these tests: Try testing photos with people or photos without people. Photos with people often seem staged and unnatural, but on the other hand, images with people can help
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